Community members participate in annual Walk for Freedom

  • Friday, October 20, 2017 12:20pm
  • Life

A group from Federal Way’s Christian Faith Center walks along Pacific Highway Oct. 14 in hopes of bringing an end to slavery. The event was part of A21’s annual Walk for Freedom, a global awareness movement in more than 50 countries. A21 works worldwide to abolish slavery. Courtesy Shelley Pauls

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